July 6th 2022

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Healthcare Benefits


LEOFF 1 Survivor Benefits
Originally posted on the WSRDSPOA blog by Don McCabe

This is 2020 and it has happened again. Another LEOFF 1 couple with the spouse not signed up as a surviving beneficiary.

This LEOFF 1 member had been married, but divorced. After he divorced, he retired in 1977. He married his current wife in 1980. At that time, he told her that he didn’t think he could have her as a surviving beneficiary. So he did nothing.

Read the whole post here.


Spouses: You can save money on prescription drug prices

Not everyone has health insurance and those who do don't always have perscription coverage. If you're in this position, the Washington Prescription Drug Program can help. The program is free and everyone in Washington is eligible.

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Washington State 2016 Actuarial Valuation of LEOFF 1 Medical Benefits

2016 state actuarial valuation of leoff 1 medical benefits

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Your LEOFF I Healthcare Benefits - What Are They And Who Decides? - By Joe Fischnaller

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The LEOFF 1 Coalition website contains some files that come in a "pdf" format which requires Adobe's Acrobat Reader in order to view and search through the documents. If you don't already have it, you can download it here.  It's free from Adobe.

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